We hadn’t thought about teardrop trailers from nüCamp! In fact, we hadn’t thought about trailers at all because we don’t have a vehicle to pull one. (Our Honda CR-V has a tow capacity of 1500 pounds, which is well below the 3500 needed to pull the nüCamp TAB 400 teardrop trailer.)
However, our heads were turned by these sweet little teardrop trailers made by Ohio-based nüCamp. If you’re searching for an RV and think you need a lot of storage and space, you might not have considered teardrops — especially if you have a 50-pound dog. However, it’s worth your time to tour the TAB S and the TAB 400 because they’re made really well. nüCamp’s trailers use intelligent floorplans that maximize space, and they install Amish-built cabinetry. Plus, you can probably fit one in your garage!
It’s also smart to consider unusual ways of using space in an RV. That’s because you always want to travel light to save fuel and reduce pollution.
Check out our other episode from the Greater Chicago RV show: Ep 4: 2020 Winnebago Navion vs. Porto
Adding this link to Andrew Ditton’s “American RVs through the eyes of a Brit” where he looks at the TAB 400 from a European perspective (nüCamps originated in Europe).
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Special thanks to GS Media & Events and the Greater Chicago RV Show
Thanks to Vacationland RV in Big Rock, IL for bringing these nüCamps to the show